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Hi, i had a hepa test a month ago. my result for Anti Hbs is >1000 reactive. The doctor told me that it only means i had immunization due to antibodies present in my blood.

My question is, does this high value (>1000) have something to do with the antibodies developed when a person gets HIV infected?
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Anti Hbs has nothing to do with HIV infection. Because you did not give a unit for your 1000 anti-Hbs, it is difficult to say whether it is "high". Also, anti-hbs is best interpreted together with your HBsAg staus.
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